ART eligibility shorter for male HIV individuals in rural South Africa Male HIV individuals in rural Southern Africa reach the low immunity levels required to become eligible for antiretroviral treatment in less than half the period it takes for immunity levels to drop to related levels in women, according to fresh research from the University of Southampton. Researchers also found a link between potential proxy measures of nutritional position and disease progression, with those reporting food use and shortages of nutritional supplements reaching lower levels of immunity faster.The new Assistive Technology Pavilion will feature the latest AT products for people with wide ranges of physical, sensory and developmental disabilities. This pavilion is normally anchored by the Texas Technology Access Program from the University of Texas at Austin, who is sponsoring an Interactive Demo Lab. This lab will not only feature a range of breakthrough assistive technologies, it will allow Expo visitors to experience them hands-on. Related StoriesDiabetic retinopathy therapy improvements: an interview with Richard Kirk, CEO of PolyphotonixNCOA and award-winning celebrity Judith Light support national educational initiative, Flu + YouMany older adults tend to overestimate their mobilityRelevant Workshops A series of compelling workshops which address pressing disability issues will be provided free-of-charge to all or any attendees.